Discussion questions – To Kill a Mockingbird: Analyze the relationship between Boo Radley and the children

  1. Analyze the relationship between Boo Radley and the children. How does this relationship change throughout the book? What are the causes of the developments in this relationship?
  2. Discuss the concept of fear as presented in the novel. Compare the children’s early fear of Boo Radley to their fear or lack thereof when Bob Ewell attacks them. Is Scout correct in stating that real fear can only be found in books?
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